Kate Bush’s ‘Running Up That Hill’ Returns to U.K. Top 10 – Billboard


Kate Bush runs up the Legit U.Ok. Singles Chart, with somewhat lend a hand from Stranger Issues.

The long-lasting English singer returns to the U.Ok. Most sensible 10 with 1985’s “Working Up That Hill” (by the use of Fish Other folks), which is shooting the eye because of its outstanding use within the fourth and newest season of Netflix’ hit sci-fi sequence.

The one races to No. 8 this week, a decade after it returned to the highest tier when a brand new combine featured within the remaining rite of the 2012 London Olympic Video games. On that instance, the music vaulted to No. 6.

The primary unmarried lifted from the Hounds of Love album, “Working Up That Hill” strolled to a No. 3 highest following its preliminary unlock.


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Due to the great tune style of Stranger Issues personality Max (performed via Sadie Sink), it’s sprinting up charts all over the world. “Working” hit No. 2 on Australia’s newest chart, and, within the U.S., Billboard reported that the observe had spiked on Spotify, with a 9,900% acquire in performs from Thursday to Monday (Might 30).

Bush, who was once nominated for the Rock And Roll Corridor of Repute this yr, is extremely joyful with the entire consideration for her vintage music.

“It's possible you'll’ve heard that the primary a part of the incredible, gripping new sequence of ‘Stranger Issues’ has lately been launched on Netflix,” Bush wrote in a remark on her site. “It options the music, ‘Working Up That Hill’ which is being given an entire new hire of existence via the younger fanatics who love the display — I find it irresistible too!”

In line with the OCC, “Working Up That Hill” shifts 48,000 U.Ok. chart gross sales all the way through the latest chart week.

“It's incredible to peer ‘Working Up That Hill’ returning to the Most sensible 10 this week,” feedback OCC CEO Martin Talbot, “pushed via its characteristic in Stranger Issues, introducing Kate Bush and this iconic 1980s hit to a brand-new target market.”

In the meantime, Harry Types leads the chart for a 9th week with “As It Used to be” (Columbia), whilst the highest debut belongs to Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa with their newest collaboration, “Potion” (Columbia), that includes Younger Thug.

After all, British punk band The Ok*nts have a 3rd Most sensible 40 hit, as “Prince Andrew Is A Sweaty N**ce” (Radical Rudeness), a spoiler launched to coincide with the Queen’s Jubilee, begins at No. 20.